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Based on feedback from the #domino2025 Jams, there are four targeted updates: symmetrical clusters including Cluster Auto-Repair, improved streaming cluster replication after server restarts, tool to synchronize database replicas, and detecting delays in database replication within a cluster.

The Domino AppDev Pack 1.0 is our intended path to Node.js as a development framework for full stack web development. As we transition to a development model inclusive of alternate databases, we have also added a Domino Query Language (DQL) to make developing applications easier.

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Domino 10.0, Notes 10.0, the Administrator Client, Domino Designer, and IBM Traveler installs were made available on October 10 for English language only. This includes the Notes and Administrative Clients, as well as Domino Designer and Traveler. The Sametime version remains at 9.0.1 FP1.

As of IBM Domino 9.0.1 Feature Pack 9, IBM Domino supports running under the control of Docker images, or "containers," using leading Windows, SUSE, and Windows Docker operating systems. Customers can realize additional flexibility and management on-premises, hybrid, and cloud deployments.

As part of the Domino 10.0 release, CentOS is now a supported platform for Domino applications servers, joining already supported Linux variants such as Red Hat, SUSE, and AIX. The addition of CentOS operating system support will provide customers an additional tool in achieving a lower TCO.

Many organizations, have standardized around Node.js to exploit Node.js’ fast, scalable, and real-time applications. It has become the application development framework of choice for web, front, and backend development.

Domino provides a complete solution development and deployment environment; database, directory, security, offline and native client support — including out-of-the-box capabilities such as database clustering and failover that don’t require specialized configuration or 3rd-party applications.